Mixed Use projects can take the form of a single building or a multi-building site spanning a city block that blends a mix of residential, commercial, institutional or industrial uses. Our design challenge is to integrate the electrical systems of these different uses into a cohesive blend that complements the vision of the master planner.
Some Mixed Use Projects by Designcore
The Arriva high rise condominium tower is located in Victoria Park, a historic neighbourhood in Calgary's Beltline neighbourhood, north of the Calgary Exhibition & Stampede Grounds. The modern glass and steel skyscraper features a brick and sandstone podium, to reflect the style of the surrounding historic buildings of the Warehouse District. Completed in 2007, this 34 floor project reaches a height of 128 m (418 ft) which made it the tallest residential building in Alberta.
SIZE: 167 Units
ARCHITECT: BKDI Architects
Waterfront is a multi-phase high rise residential project located in Eau Claire at the doorstep of the Bow Riverwalk pathway network with nearly 600 residential units and townhomes, with retail stores along the street levels.
SIZE: 597 Units
Westbrook Plaza Development Phase 1
Mixed use development on a 13 acre site situated immediately above and surrounding Calgary’s first underground transit station. Phase 1 includes multiple buildings featuring retail and residential units. Project is being completed in REVIT.
SIZE: 338 Units
ARCHITECT: Zeidler BKDI
The Versus Residential project is located at the previous Astoria residential site that was halted at grade back in 2009. Two high rise mixed use towers, 17 floors and 34 floors, stand on 5 levels of underground parkade, including 2 stories of commercial and amenities level targeting LEED certification. Project was designed entirely in REVIT MEP.
SIZE: 444 Units
ARCHITECT: Kirkor Architects & Planners
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